Professor Aimee Miller-Ott will present “So Close, Yet so Far: Staying connected when your cell phone pulls you away,” on Monday, April 16 at 7 p.m. in Room 118 at the ISU Alumni Center.
AmeriCorps members affiliated with the Illinois State University Stevenson Center displayed their commitment to service in preparation for AmeriCorps Week 2018, which recognizes the profound impact that participating individuals and programs have on communities across the country.
Emily Blankenberger is using her interdisciplinary education from the Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ukraine. Placed with an ecology nonprofit, Blankenberger is focusing on organizational development to make a lasting difference.
Tim Harris provides advice on wallet fitness, improving financial well-being, and understanding cities with the Best & Worst wallet fitness.
The topic of the Spring 2018 International Seminar Series will be “Europe in a Global Context.”
Invest Aurora helps Stevenson Center Fellows strengthen their skills and gain real world understanding of local economic development. For the third year, this public-private partnership has benefited from a Fellow’s graduate training to advance its mission while providing a rich professional development experience in return.
Go abroad with the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders! Open to all alumni, faculty and staff.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Alyssa Curran uses her skills to help serve others in need. Curran is a Stevenson Center alumna who places emphasis on community development, philanthropy, and social impact.
Professor Ellen Szarleta of Indiana University Northwest will present her research on “Social Impact Analysis: A Theory of Change and the Value of Nonprofits” at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, November 9, at Stevenson Hall, room 401.
Dean Greg Simpson invites all College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends to join him for a tailgate prior to the Homecoming game Saturday, October 21.